Nokia has announced Yamake for N-Gage that makes it possible for players to create their own games from a range of mini games by adding content, then playing and sharing them with friends and the wider Yamake community.
"Yamake is a groundbreaking new game for the N-Gage platform. Players can make, play and share games that are customised using user-generated multimedia content, and we are proud to be pioneering this new way of playing", said Dr Mark Ollila, director of technology and strategy and head of games publishing, Nokia.
"This is exactly what the future of mobile gaming should be about - creating games that you love and want to play, then sharing them with other players."
The easy-to-use design tools enable each mini game to be transformed by the player's personal content such as text, pictures, sound clips and movies from the mobile device or PC - creating their favourite mini games, such as picture puzzles and quizzes.
Players can share their mobile mini games via the N-Gage Arena, the Yamake community and via multimedia message between N-Gage compatible and other S60 devices.
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